Dr. Sams is a graduate of The Ohio State University College of Medicine and Grant Family Medicine Residency. Innovation and Research Grants. The grant was awarded by the United States Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA). / Residents / PGY-1. Dr. Johnson attended the University of Maryland for undergrad and obtained his MD at West Virginia University before heading south to complete his FM residency in Florida. A summer service experience at a FQHC in Sparta, Michigan inspired her to pursue Family Medicine with Obstetrics. She is very passionate about breastfeeding and resident teaching. She most looks forward to practicing broad-spectrum family medicine in a rural underserved area and developing continuity with her patients. She had her last daughter, Giselle, during her faculty tenure. He is most appreciative of the preparedness he felt when he graduated- that Grant residents are ready to work in nearly every clinical setting after their time here. During his time in the Army, he had numerous experiences, including being stationed in Germany for several years and a deployment as a Battalion Surgeon to Afghanistan including earning a Bronze Star and Combat Medic Badge during his deployment. Teresa Holt, MD, with her husband Chris and daughters Jordan, Makenzie, and Sydney. Dr. Reynolds Torma has been part of the Grant Family since 2001 when she came to Grant for her family medicine residency and stayed on as faculty in 2004. She is the primary facilitator for our Centering Groups. She attended the Ohio State University for undergrad, receiving a BS in Biology, and then went to the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee for medical school. They have two alligator snapping turtles named Necessity and Possibility, a box turtle named Dex, and two cats named Dixie and Moneypenny, but no farm animals yet. Originally from Milton, WV, he moved to Ohio to study music at the College-Conservatory of Music at the University of Cincinnati. He completed his family medicine residency at White Memorial Medical Center. She loves the opportunity to care for persons of all ages, from the great-grandchildren to the great-grandparents, enjoys getting to know people, and values the continuity of care that Family Medicine provides. This large center will maintain the ample space for teaching and learning under the same roof. She also loves cooking and eating almost anywhere and any thing. ", Dr. Gulley with his wife and fellow Grant grad Dr. Janice Feng. During residency, he was Chief Resident and volunteered for football games and local boxing matches. Outside activities include all things soccer and staying fit. This grant – awarded to the Iowa Medicine Education Collaborative (IMEC), a partnership of MercyOne Des Moines Medical Center and Primary Health Care, Inc. – will be used to expand MercyOne’s Family Medicine Residency program, which has been training residents since 1997. During her Sub-Internship she realized that the Grant faculty and residents felt just like family. Elizabeth (Lizzy) Wei McIntosh was born in Cincinnati, OH and graduated from Sycamore High School. She completed her residency in Family Medicine at The University of Rochester where she received the STFM Resident teacher award and received several recognitions for her patient care efforts. The David Grant USAF Medical Center Family Medicine residency’s mission is to produce future leaders in Air Force Family Medicine by training operationally ready physicians in evidence-based patient centered care. The faculty are exceptional clinicians as well as nurturing, effective educators. Dr. Johansen grew up in Dublin (the suburb of Columbus, not the capital of Ireland). After 8 years in the Army, he returned home with his 3 kids to Columbus, Ohio in 2007 to work at MAX Sports Medicine and with the Grant Primary Care Sports Fellowship. She plans on practicing full-spectrum medicine in underserved areas as well as internationally. Alexandra Blood, DO Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine. Parking Options: Valet: Free valet parkingat the Grant Surgical and Heart Hospital on Sixth Street, directly across from our office entrance. Family Medicine Residency Program. She also enjoys exploring Columbus, spending time with family and friends, traveling, and reading. View Profile > The University of Oklahoma College of Medicine 800 Stanton L … Dan Polonia, MD with wife Tina and Abby, Sammy, and Gabriella. She immediately felt welcomed and enjoyed getting to know the residents and faculty at Grant. Her interest in teaching, as well as patient care, led her to Pittsburgh where she completed a Faculty Development Fellowship before joining the faculty at Grant in the summer of 2017. Dr. Blackburn has been a faculty member since she graduated from the program in 1990 and serves as a part-time faculty member while running a busy private practice! After she and her husband had their first baby, they moved back to Columbus, and Dr. Lowther joined a local Federally-Qualified Health Center. Grant funds make it possible to expand curriculum to include special programs to enhance the resident experience and to better prepare him/her for practice in rural communities. While working either on the inpatient service or in the outpatient office, he has only three rules: 1) Have fun 2) Work Hard 3) Have fun. Then she attended The Ohio State University College of Medicine and was in the dual MD/Masters of Health Administration program. Juliana (Julie) is originally from Union, New Jersey. He spent his undergraduate years at Cedarville University. She loves obstetrics and women’s health, hospice/palliative care, intensive care, inpatient medicine and (most) procedures. Outside of medicine, she loves being a mother; finding time to read; quotes, Pinterest and Ted Talks; eating good food; and local restaurants, breweries and markets. He completed his medical degree at The Ohio State University and remained at OSU to complete his family medicine residency. If you’ve got any questions about any of the above, drop him a line! RU Rah Rah! He has been on faculty since 2008. Spencer Conte, DO- Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine. In 2016, she began working as a community preceptor periodically at Grant, and loved it so much that she applied for a faculty position in 2019 and was so excited when she was offered a job. She self identifies as a “foodie” and enjoys traveling. She is also involved in her local and national church, serving as a Ruling Elder and as faculty for CREDO, a wellness program for pastors. She is developing an interest in population health and finding ways to link our residency to help improve the health of our community. Ean is a proud graduate of the Grant Family Medicine Residency. Family Medicine Residency Program. Elizabeth McIntosh, MD- SUNY Upstate Medical University. Ean Bett, MD in India and with the inpatient medicine team at Grant! She has interests in OB, pediatrics and women's health. Her particular areas of interest are Geriatrics, Hospice, and Palliative care. It was clear to me early in the residency interview process that Grant would provide me with the best preparation for my future plans of becoming a physician that can provide the full spectrum of care as a family physician. Dr. Travis loves to boat and water ski, wakeboard, etc. Education: University of Oklahoma College of Medicine. When she is not at the hospital, Sam enjoys being outdoors, skiing and snowboarding, going to the beach, singing karaoke, and watching the Spartans, San Jose Sharks, Golden State Warriors and the San Francisco 49ers. We are dedicated to providing family medicine residents at Grant Medical Center the clinical experience they need to be successful physicians. She lives in Olde Towne East (super trendy) with her handsome, 3-legged dog. Saida Osman, MD with her husband, son, and kitty! Jennifer Ledonne, DO- Lincoln Memorial University-Debusk College of Osteopathic Medicine. There was never really much competition in choosing a residency for him - the unparalleled full-scope training opportunities at Grant with the passionate and inspiring faculty made the choice simple, and those same reasons kept him here after residency. 1203831239 Grant Medical Center (OhioHealth) Ohio. Family is the center of her world and a huge reason she chose to pursue a career in primary care. The Internal Medicine Residency is a combined program between David Grant USAF Medical Center and University of California, Davis Medical Center. For leisure, he enjoys spending time with his friends and family, both near and far. Julie then went on to the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. Why Columbus? She attended the University of Cincinnati where she earned her BA in Spanish in 2011. She chose Grant because of the opportunity to learn full-scope medicine and for its dedication to service and compassion, not only within the residency program but throughout the entire hospital. She finished her training via a women’s health fellowship at the University of Michigan, and then stayed on as faculty at UM. She attended Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, PA where she majored in Biological Sciences and Psychology. She then went on to pursue her medical training at Lincoln Memorial University-DeBusk College of Osteopathic Medicine. Her love for family medicine stems from her experiences working with her church, clinical experiences and the diversity that family medicine provides. While she hails from Dayton, Columbus has been her home for the past three years and she absolutely loves it here. Vern grew up in the small town of Plain City, OH. Kelly is passionate about comprehensive reproductive health, health policy and social activism. Kelsey Murray, MD- The Ohio State University College of Medicine. Dr. Holt has been at Grant since 1999 when she came here as an intern and has been enjoying the ride ever since. Her favorite thing about Grant is her partners- "These are the best people to work with EVER! in Biology. Dr. Reynolds Torma lives in the Hilliard area with her daughter and cat. She loves that she gets to do obstetrics as part of her Family Medicine practice. “I had the privilege of spending three of the most incredible years of training in family medicine at Grant Medical Center. These gals are SO MUCH FUN! This experience cultivated Dr. Grant’s desire to assist patients who have limited access to healthcare, and in turn nurtured her dream to be a Family Medicine physician. After residency, she plans to practice full-time outpatient family medicine in central Ohio. Lizzy and her husband, Chad, live northeast of Columbus on a wooded 22-acre property. She continues to love her job as a family doctor in both private practice and teaching residents both on the family medicine service and on the OB service. During the summer, he can be found watching baseball at Huntington Park, occasionally keeping score like when he was just a kid. She became program director in 2013. He is a big Buckeye basketball and football fan. She grew up in Cleveland but has lived in Columbus since she came to Capital University for college. Family and Preventive Medicine Resident. After 5 different majors, he graduated from Ohio State with a degree in Accounting. He recently transitioned to doing more hospital quality and patient safety and remains as part-time faculty. In the future, Divya would like to practice full-spectrum Family Medicine in an underserved area, working closely with refugee and immigrant populations, as well as working abroad on global health experiences. CalMedForce administers annual grants to fund new residency positions at graduate medical education (GME) programs throughout California. He hopes to continue his love for sports by pursuing a career in sports medicine. She loves practicing full spectrum medicine from her outpatient work (where she loves caring for 4 generation families) to inpatient care (including ICU work) to delivering babies. Kelly Thibert, DO- Nova Southeastern University College of Osteopathic Medicine. In medical school, Jennifer realized that she truly enjoyed every aspect and field of medicine, soon realizing that she was meant to be a Family Physician. He graduated from Geneva College followed by medical school at the Medical College of Ohio (now named The University of Toledo Medical Center). We do this by funding public institutions of higher education to expand or support graduate education. He was born and raised in Columbus OH, attended Ohio University for undergrad and The Ohio State University for his Doctorate. She is an avid New England Patriots fan and a Rutgers Scarlet Knight! They are smart, dedicated, funny, and always have my back. Jennifer fell in love with Grant quickly. When you love your job, work doesn’t feel like work. After graduation, she moved to Columbus, OH with her partner to complete her residency at Grant and joined faculty in 2018. She attended Rutgers University in New Brunswick, NJ where she majored in Exercise Sciences and Sports Management. She also enjoys the variety of patient experiences ranging from pediatric and obstetric visits to preventative medicine and geriatric care. Alex chose Grant because of the full spectrum training and dedication to serving those in need. Emily is a second year resident and is a graduate of Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine. Grant Family Medicine is a three-year, ACGME-accredited program committed to training our residents to provide culturally humble, comprehensive care for our patients and communities and to creating an inclusive work environment. He enjoys finally spending some alone time with his wife, spending parts of his weekends with a beautiful 16 month old granddaughter, running, and reading when he has time. She was introduced to family medicine early on in medical school and immediately fell in love with the continuity and diverse opportunities that the specialty provides. After graduation, he made the short trip over to Dayton for medical school at Wright State University. When not in the clinic Dave enjoys spending time with his family, attending Columbus Crew games, playing tennis, and gardening. In his spare time, he masquerades as a chef in his home kitchen, enjoys wine and the occasional dram of scotch, and obsessively follows soccer, particularly his beloved Arsenal and Sounders (although he’s working on a little space in his heart for the Crew). She enjoys trying new things, especially when it comes to food! His interest in Family Medicine are the psychosocial aspects of medicine, collaborative care, resident development, and enhancing doctor patient relationship through communication and empathy. Athletics and physical activity (running and weight lifting) have been very important all his life and help maintain his wellness, something he is passionate about helping with residents and faculty alike. 1203831243 Wright State University/Dayton Community Hospitals — ... Family medicine residency program — 1205111325 Carilion Clinic-Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine — 1205021316 University of Vermont Medical Center Vermont. She enjoys playing volleyball, photography, and watching her daughter play basketball. She attended Cornell University where she studied Urban & Regional Planning with a minor in Law & Society, and Asian Studies with a minor in Asian American Studies and Southeast Asian Studies. While there may be a subspecialty in her future, for now the world is completely open to her. Outside of medicine, he hasn’t yet left his small town roots behind, as he enjoys fishing, vegetable gardening, dirt track racing, rock-climbing, and some hunting (when there is time!). Our Mission. During his undergraduate training, he went through a primary care program which sparked his interest in family medicine. His interests in Family Medicine include obstetrics/Centering pregnancy, advocacy, and recruiting the brightest and best medical students to become Family Docs! Paul Tobias has taken the scenic route to becoming a physician, but he couldn’t be happier now that he is starting training at Grant. Dr. Tessier joined the faculty in 2019. Verneda Troyer, MD- Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine. Priority will be given to applications that establish/expand emergency medicine, obstetrics/gynecology, and psychiatry residency programs. He joined Grant in 2016 and lives with his lovely wife and two children in Worthington. 0:06. In his spare time, Spencer enjoys playing soccer, running, and spending time with his wife (Lauren), his daughter (Alexandra), and their puppy (Raleigh). Alysia Herzog, MD, Program Director, with husband Tim and kids Alec, Ethan, Maeve, and Giselle. She chose Grant because she wanted an unopposed program that would provide a well-rounded education, but more importantly Sam was drawn to Grant's dedication to helping underserved populations. We are proud to have this dedicated group of family medicine residents at Grant Medical Center, training to become the next generation of leaders in their field of expertise. Message from the Chair; Oklahoma City Residency Program. Blue Garage: Free patient parking spaces begin on the fourth floor of the Blue Garage, located at 141 South Sixth Street. She enjoys teaching, women's health, outpatient procedures, home visits and the variety of family medicine. He studied Integrative Biology and Rhetoric at the University of California at Berkeley, earned his law degree at the University of California’s Hastings College of the Law, and worked as an attorney in San Francisco for several years. She studied nuclear engineering at MIT and then attended SUNY Upstate Medical University in Syracuse, NY, where she was involved with the Rural Medicine and Public Health programs. He attended East Carolina University, where he double majored in Biology and Mathematics. When time permits, there are many other hobbies she enjoys. She attended the University of Central Florida in Orlando, Florida where she majored in Molecular and Microbiology and minored in Women’s Studies. She was encouraged that Grant also provides well-rounded full spectrum care yet with good life balance and with a great organization. Outside of the hospital, she enjoys spending time with her husband, friends, and family. The Family Medicine Residency of Idaho (FMRI) has received numerous grant awards to augment resident education and improve patient services for at-risk populations. Grant Medical Center Family Medicine Residency Faculty. David Grant Medical Center Family Medicine Residency, a Medical Group Practice located in Travis Afb, CA He practiced full spectrum rural family medicine outside of Asheville, NC for over four years before the Buckeye State lured him back home. We invite you to meet our exceptional educators. She attended Xavier University where she received her B.S. When looking for a position in Columbus, though, he was drawn to Grant because of the program’s commitment to full-spectrum family medicine, with robust outpatient, inpatient, and obstetric care. Our faculty are dedicated to providing a safe, supportive learning environment for our residents to grow and become independent, skilled Family Physicians! 323 East Town Street, Suite 100, Columbus, OH, 43215. He & Kristin love living in Old Town East and have recently added a sweet brindled pit bull mix rescue named Winston to their lives. At the core of our program is a family practice that serves as your home base, with a family physician as the primary preceptor for the full two years. She did not plan on calling Columbus home after residency but fell in love with the small city concept of Columbus, despite having palpitations every time winter nears. She was born in Somalia, raised in Texas, and trained in medical school at the University of Texas Medical Branch before joining us in Columbus to complete her residency at Grant. She was drawn to Grant because of the opportunities to truly learn how to treat patients in a variety of settings from teachers who sincerely cared and were invested in the program and residents. She practiced full spectrum family medicine (including OB and doing vasectomies) in private practice for 13 years prior to returning to Grant as Faculty. Before starting medical school, she worked at a health center in Pittsburgh through AmeriCorps. Grant has more than 600 beds, a Level 1 Trauma Center, a Level 3 NICU, and open ICU and high-risk obstetrics units. Samantha Wu was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area and grew up in a large family of over thirty aunties and uncles and more than thirty cousins. She has a partner who she has been with for 16 years and also two awesome kids who are grown-one of whom lives in Los Angeles and one in Columbus. She attended Nova Southeastern University College of Osteopathic Medicine in South Florida where she earned her Doctorate in Osteopathic Medicine and Master of Public Health degrees. She enjoys spending time with family and friends, being active outdoors with running, hiking or playing tennis, and reading in her spare time. Explore Grant Medical Center. Julie’s interests include OB/women’s health, global health/immigrant health, OMT, inpatient and outpatient procedures. Jess chose Grant for the training and the people—she says they’re both the best! There are two conference rooms and all faculty, residents and staff have offices in the adjoining space. As a parent of 3 kids by graduation, he joined the United States Army to pay the bills and shipped off to Ft. Belvoir and Dewitt Army Community Hospital in Alexandria, Virginia to complete his Family Medicine Residency. Section Menu Family and Preventive Medicine. She feels Grant has a lot of “Heart & Soul” and loves how committed everyone is to providing the best patient care. After residency, she is considering a women’s health/OB fellowship but would eventually like to be a full spectrum family doctor and be involved in administration in a primary care clinic. Our Family Medicine Residency Program is dedicated to the development of competent family physicians providing comprehensive, continuous care. Jennifer Ledonne was born and raised in Cincinnati, OH. They were always eager to teach and welcoming of new learners. Lizzy fell in love with Family Medicine because of the emphasis on a holistic, biopsychosocial approach to health and the ability to care for all ages.
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